7:00 AMAdvanced Cardio Hike: Limestone CanyonJoin us for a strenuous, extremely challenging, fast-paced, morning cardio hike starting in Limestone Canyon. Along the way we’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of Orange County and possible wildlife sightings. This is a 13-mile cardio hike, completed in 4 hours and includes a 1700 foot elevation change. This hike is for experienced, physically fit hikers who enjoy the challenge of multiple steep climbs and descents. Ages 18 and up. Registration is required.
October 13, 2019
7:00 AMBeginning Fitness Hike: Weir CanyonReady for a workout, but not sure where to start? Join us for a fitness-focused hike in Weir Canyon. Along the trail, you’ll pass through coastal sage scrub, grasslands, and oak woodlands. The 5 to 5.5 mile hike is conducted at about 3 miles per hour over mainly level trails with opportunity to do one hill with elevation gain of approx. 450 ft. Ages 16 and up. Registration is required.
September 25, 2019
Laguna Niguel Pavement Rehabilitation October-FebruaryOC Public Works, on behalf of OC Parks, will complete a pavement rehabilitation project within Laguna Niguel Regional Park located in the City of Laguna Niguel. Park users may experience an increase in construction-related noise and dust during regular working hours. The work activity will be completed in phases, utilizing traffic control and flag personnel which will allow park users to utilize the majority of the park during construction. Park users are advised to adhere to all traffic control signage. All construction activity will occur on weekdays.
Celebrate the fall season at Heritage Hill Historical Park with two special events.
On Saturday, October 5, from 4:30 – 8:30 p.m., the annual Autumn Harvest Festival will return for family-friendly fun.
On Friday, October 11 and Saturday, October 12, from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m., OC Parks and the City of Lake Forest welcome thrill-seekers 12 and up for a double dose of fright at the 12th annual Haunt at Heritage Hill.
June 10, 2019
Ocean View Channel RehabilitationOC Public Works will complete a routine rehabilitation project within the Ocean View Flood Control Channel in the Cities of Fountain Valley and Huntington Beach beginning Mid June 2019. (
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